Energy Stories

Guess What's Brewing...another Brews and Bulbs tour in FeBREWary

Guess what's brewing? For the entire month of FeBREWary, we will be visiting local breweries to bring you another opportunity to swap out old, inefficient

ISO 50001: A Framework for Continuous Energy Improvement

If you’ve been benchmarking your energy use for a few years now, you should have a good idea of how your building performs relative to

What's the Connection between Brews and Bulbs Anyway?

Why Brews and Bulbs? A lot of people have asked us why we do events at breweries and we have a bunch of reasons why

Assess Your Home’s Energy Use and Increase Savings

Are you a Washington Gas customer? Interested in finding out how much money you could be saving on your utility bills? Washington Gas offers customers

Registration Now Open for 2020 Montgomery County Energy Summit

Register today for the 2020 Montgomery County Energy Summit! The seventh annual Montgomery County Energy Summit, which focuses on promoting energy efficiency and the use

Montgomery Energy Connection Partner: Senior Planet Montgomery

Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection is officially pledging to “Age with Attitude” in it’s new partnership with Senior Planet Montgomery. Together, they are teaming

Where do CFLs go?

Throughout this past summer and fall, DEP’s Residential Energy Program Manager, Larissa Johnson, has been collecting old incandescent and compact florescent (CFL) light bulbs to

Don't Pay Sales Tax this President's Day Weekend

This year ENERGY STAR(C) Tax Free Weekend coincides with Valentine's Day which means that you can treat your loved one to brand new appliances without

Tips to Lower Your Water & Electricity Bills

There's nothing as annoying as having to spend a considerable amount of your income on utility bills. You know, I used to regard utility bills

Is the future Smart LED Lighting and Controls?

Most people do not realize that the light bulb had not changed their basic design since Thomas Edison’s updated version in 1879. The problem with
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